Sometimes you just can’t blend in jeans and tops or middies or one piece to an occasion. There is whole chaos then about what to wear to escape the odds of looking wretched. In such a situation, I know all you ladies have always preferred to wear a Salwar Kurta and saved yourself in the situation. And, when you decided to wear a Salwar Kurta then you got more geeked about the fact of which kurta to be worn with which Salwar pant and which chunni.
It is a fact that when you wear a Salwar Kurta you will always look splendid and divine no matter what. Only if, you know the right pairs and right matching from your wardrobe. If you do not have some basic must-haves in your wardrobe then you can never escape from a styling situation. Here is a blog of all the must-haves for your wardrobe which you can stitch and cut yourself at home.
1. Simple And A Snip Kurti
A simple and easy trick to stitch a short Kurti is demonstrated in this video blog. As even mentioned in the video, it is the most straight and simple way to stitch a Kurti. The Kurti is made up of embroidered cloth where the cloth is beautifully decorated with raised work embroidery. It is also laced around from the bottom and around the sleeves. It can be worn with many bottom wears and according to suitable bash. It can be matched with salwar and chunni and can be worn casually as Salwar Kameez. It can also be worn with denim ankle lengthen jean and a stole, on an outing. This way you can downright wear this wondrous piece you cut and stitched yourself, anywhere.
2. Heavy-Pleated Patiala
You are looking at one of the best video blogs on how to cut and stitch a heavy Patiala. Do Step by step follow all the instructions to get this heavy Patiala stitched perfectly at home itself. A heavy Patiala looks fancy and sublime when worn by a girl. It is traditional and mostly impresses and appeals to any age group. You can wear heavy Patiala strictly with short Kurtis only. To look the best out of everybody, you can also pair a heavy chunni with the same. You can wear wedges or flats below this patiala.
3. Half Collar Neck Formal Kurti
Here is a tutorial of cutting and stitching an effortless and formal Kurti. Notice the cloth material used here, it is a rayon material that looks shiny and gives finishing to your look if you wear it. The Kurta sleeves are made sleeveless here and the neck is made into a half-collared neck. Due to the simplicity and soberness of this Kurti, you can wear it as daily wear for offices, schools, or colleges too. The neck design is also decorated with nice colored piping. This Kurti can be worn with plasso pants or denim. If you wear it with denim then too pair it with voguish heels.
4. Printed Dhoti Salwar
A Patiala patterned salwar is something that can never be replaced by a churidar, a plasso pant or a jean. Dhoti Salwar is one of the most traditional yet contemporary salwars used with Patiala suits, which are often worn by women. Patiala suits can never go out of fashion and they have always kept evolving when it comes to styling. They range from fancy to casuals and from printed to plain materials too. Here the Dhoti Salwar stitched is made up of printed material. You can pair the same with a plain Kurtas and then wear a great jacket on it. This is yet another dressy and sassy way to adorn a Patiala.
Now I think you all girls have got an idea of all the must-haves you should have in your wardrobes. You saw a heavily pleated salwar, a dhoti patterned salwar, a formal Kurti and a simple Kurti as well. All of these can be paired and matched up with different adornments and can be worn on any occasion. Do follow all the instructions and stitch safely and correctly. I hope this blog helped you in styling yourself. Follow more of our blogs for more such fashion inspirations.
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